To The Lighthouse


Read by Cori Samuel

(4.6 stars; 12 reviews)

The Ramsey family, with house guests, visit the Isle of Skye at least twice. The plot is not at all the point though, as this is a book about how people think and feel and relate. There’s insight into the world of childhood thought and emotion, and a variety of views of adult cares and perceptions.

I hope this doesn’t make it sound ‘difficult’, it doesn’t need to be – just let the sentences flow and make your own sense of the words. It’s perhaps as close as a novel can come to the highly individual experience of looking at a painting. … - Summary by Cori Samuel

This recording was originally published on Legamus.eu and was later released on Librivox when US copyright permitted. (7 hr 50 min)

Chapters

The Window, Ch 1-3 32:09 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 4-5 30:01 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 6-8 36:10 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 9-10 37:25 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 11-13 26:28 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 14-16 19:43 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 17 part 1 33:25 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 17 part 2 34:22 Read by Cori Samuel
The Window, Ch 18-19 27:25 Read by Cori Samuel
Time Passes, Ch 1-6 20:58 Read by Cori Samuel
Time Passes, Ch 7-10 19:30 Read by Cori Samuel
The Lighthouse, Ch 1-3 28:00 Read by Cori Samuel
The Lighthouse, Ch 4-5 33:06 Read by Cori Samuel
The Lighthouse, Ch 6-7 24:37 Read by Cori Samuel
The Lighthouse, Ch 8-11 25:09 Read by Cori Samuel
The Lighthouse, Ch 12-14 42:02 Read by Cori Samuel

Reviews

Well written novel, excellent reader


(4 stars)

The book takes you into the mind of the characters… one can feel the sentiments. And the reader has a wonderful voice, a book to enjoy.